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NFL teams will hold training camp only at team facilities

The Bengals will be practicing only at Paul Brown Stadium for training camp this year.

Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images

Don’t expect to see the Bengals have training camp practices anywhere but Paul Brown Stadium this year.

On Tuesday, the NFL announced that training camps will be conducted only at team facilities this season. That means we won’t be seeing teams like the Bengals hold camp sessions at different locations, like they did last year with their one practice at Dayton’s Welcome Stadium.

The Bengals are among several NFL teams who already hold training camp at their home stadium, while many others hold camp at a different location.

In addition, there will be no joint team practices this year, something the Bengals have done from time to time. These changes have been made in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

For the most part, these changes won’t affect the Bengals at all. We’ll hopefully get to see packed training camp practices at PBS as the team ushers in the Joe Burrow era of Bengals football. Camp sessions are currently slated to begin near the end of July.